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    Review – Granbelm

    I would sum up Granbelm as “Magical preteens who fight a battle royale with robots in hopes of being the one chosen by magic itself, complete with gutwrenching drama and enough character death to remind you that anime isn’t supposed…

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    Review – The Pyre Starter

    The Pyre Starter is a book I picked up and put down many times over the course of the month I started it, and I struggled to understand why. It was this journey I wanted to see the end of,…

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    Review – Monster Girl in My Closet

    “Because eating bats hasn’t caused enough problems in 2020, let’s have sex with them!” – Me as I preordered this book, September 2020 I kid, mostly. Jamie Hawke is no stranger to non-human girls as love interests or as part…

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    Review – 21 Days with Momo

    Koji Kojou is a mysterious man. As an author, he strives to write slice-of-life stories that are influenced by Japanese web novels yet manage to be distinctly western, perhaps even Midwestern. They tend to be short, sweet, and show characters…

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    Review – Escape to Candyland

    Some Instagram user once said “It’s always darkest before the dawn.” They were an idiot – the lights always go out for good eventually – but they always get lots of hearts on their statement, while reality gets no likes…